Internet Password Keeper
By Eric Butow (Introduction)
These days we have so much data to remember, we need one handy place to keep track of it all—and this easy-to-use logbook with tabbed A to Z pages is the perfect solution. It includes space to list usernames, passwords, security answers, web addresses, and extra notes, and features an introduction from internet technology and security expert Eric Butow on how to create the strongest passwords, keep your online data safe, and more. In addition, it has a removable, horizontal, wrap-around belly band with the title; when you take the belly band off, the book case itself is unprinted, making it discreet. A section in the back includes space to track other important information, including e-mail addresses and passwords, and modem and router model and serial numbers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Introduction by internet technology and security expert Eric Butow, the owner of Butow Communications Group (BCG) in Jackson, CA. BCG provides web development, online marketing, and technical writing for businesses of all sizes. Eric has authored or coauthored 33 technology books since 2000. His latest titles include Pro iOS Security and Forensics (Apress), Instagram for Dummies (Wiley, coauthored with Jenn Herman and Corey Walker), and Programming Interviews for Dummies (Wiley, coauthored with Erik D. Jones).